After comparing the bulbs to make sure they match, holding the new bulb by the plastic casing at the rear, insert the new bulb making sure the notches seat into the seating tabs. For the driver's side, it recommends removing the battery to make some room in the 2004 book I would agree, after seeing mine. Changing the passenger side head light bulb should be straightforward, provided that the coolant reservoir can be removed easily. I used a screwdriver, through the loop at the top, to pry it up and back gently and it sprung right off. Press down on the wiring plug clamp until it clicks. To replace the new bulb, never touch it with your bare fingers, as this will greatly shorten the bulb's life, if it even work's at all.
Instead there is a wire holder keeping the bulb in place. Once you flip it up you will notice it has two places where it holds the bulb in, one on each side. Press it in the middle and it will click when it … releases, you will feel it. I do n … ot have the ability to move them side to side though I dont think so anyway. Replace the battery and connect everything and test the lights. You must remove the taillight framing to get to bulbs.
Even a fingerprint can cause a hot, lighted bulb to crack. Note: I found it difficult to align the covers behind the lights. Open up the hood, and go in behind the fixture where the light is located. There are two bolts that hold the tail lights in place. Try to use the Nissan speaker adapters plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess up the electric system, you ca … n get those from eBay or amazon.
Low Beam Headlight Replacement 2003 Nissan Altima Passenger Side: 1 Use a 10 mm socket to remove the two bolts on the radiator overflow bottl … e. There is a locking clip that you depress with your thumb to unlock the connection to the bulb casing. Gently press the assembly into the hole until you can see it's properly aligned and seated. Re-set your clock and re-tune the radio. You can then lift the top of the air box out of the way. This is locking the black, bulb assembly in place.
Typical bulbs cause about 10 bucks. Flip the clip all the way up. Use a flashlight and you'll see how it works. You can the simply turn and pull the bulb out. I'll come back to tell you later. Depending upon the year, The R32 91 the flasher must be removed via the one screw holding it inplace. Replacing the air box: 6 Align the air box's two pointed rubber connectors with their holes and push down hard.
It has a rubber gasket so it might take a little tugging to get it free. This is for headlight adjustment. Remove the bolt and bracket. Remember not to touch the new bulb with your fingers because oil will short it out, use a towel or gloves. You can then lift the top of the air box out of the way. This is for headlight adjustment. Here's some changes to reflect ground plate addition recall due to headlight ground problems.
Remove the two screws via the truckbed side and framing will loosen and bulbs can be re … placed. Make sure the front air tube is out of the way. Turn the locking collar counterclockwise to unlock, and remove. If the driver's side bulb is out, it might be necessary to move the battery, though perhaps not. If you have a bedliner, the two screws are behind it.
Re-install the locking collar clockwise, and the electrical connection plug. Remove the battery and proceed as above. Oh yeah- you will have to re-program your radio after disconnecting the battery. After it clicks pull the wiring plug straight back until it clears the socket and lay it aside out of the way. Driver Side: 1 Remove the 10 mm bolt that holds the air box down this is on the gold colored bracket on the driver-side fender. There is a circular ring around the light socket.
Well, I didn't get very far, but you need to replace the headlamp bulb, right?? There are two screws located behind the taillight, that must be unscrewed to loosen the taillight frame from the truck body. When done, put some rubber tape across the protector pieces you broke off to help keep stuff out of this area. No there is no second screw fixing it, as suggested by some people. Note: Once you get all the junk out of the way the air box on the driverï¿½s side and the radiator overflow on the passenger side you will see a 10 mm bolt right in the middle of the headlight assembly. One note: there is another intake path at the bottom of the air box. It is located on the back of each headlight housing and can be adjusted using an 8mm socket. On my Nissan Altima 96, after removing the fixing screw, the coolant reservoir seems stuck.